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Milk Oolong Tea

Milk oolong, also known as silk oolong, is a type of Taiwan oolong tea. It is reputed for its special milky silky texture. There are many versions about the origin of its unusual characteristic. A legend goes that long time … Continue reading

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Kung Fu Tea Sets

Oolong tea is ideal to be steeped in Kung Fu style. Here, the term of Kung Fu means the skill gained from practice. Brewing oolong in Kung Fu style will not only bring out the best flavor of tea leaves, … Continue reading

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Guangdong Oolong Tea

Guangdong, a province in the south of China, is regarded as the third most important oolong tea production areas in China, after the Wuyi and Anxi of Fujian province. Guangdong is the home to Fenghuang Dancong oolong tea which is … Continue reading

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Ben Shan Oolong Tea

Ben Shan oolong, also known as Anxi Ben Shan oolong (sometimes translated as original mountain or source mountain oolong), is one of the Anxi oolongs which comes from Anxi County of Fujian province, China. Ben Shan has a similar taste … Continue reading

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Anxi Oolong Tea

Anxi Oolong tea comes from the Anxi county of Fujian province, one of the most famous oolong tea producing areas in China. The mountains in Anxi county provide an ideal growing environment for oolong teas. High elevation, the mountainous climate … Continue reading

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Lan Gui Ren Oolong Tea

Lan Gui Ren, also known as Lady Orchid, is one of the most famous oolongs which comes from Yunnan province of China. It is a unique oolong both in its shape and flavor. The tea leaves are tightly rolled with … Continue reading

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Do’s And Don’ts When Start Using Clay Teapot

DO: 1) Before using the clay teapot for the first time, first, rinse it with normal water. 2) Then rinse it again with hot water with the lid on. 3) Next pure hot water into the pot to rinse it … Continue reading

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Huang Mei Gui Oolong Tea

Huang Mei Gui oolong tea, also known as yellow rose oolong tea, is a very young type of Wu Yi oolong tea which was first produced around the year of 2002. It is from Wuyi Mountains in northern Fujian, China. … Continue reading

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Mao Xie Oolong Tea

Mao Xie oolong, also called Hairy Crab oolong (the direct translation of its Chinese name) in English, is one of the Anxi Oolong teas and also one of the most famous oolong teas. It got the name of Mao Xie … Continue reading

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Yixing Teapot

Yixing teapot is regarded as one of the best teapots for brewing teas, especially oolong tea. It has a long history in China which can date back to the Sung Dynasty (960-1279). The teapot got the name because it is … Continue reading

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